By mersaydees on December 23, 2007
Photo by Alles ailleurs
Photo by Alles ailleurs
"This is based on a recipe from Sunset's Crockery Cook Book. Its introduction says, "The cooking of Hungary provides the inspiration for this first-course vegetable soup, rich with the color, flavor, and aroma of paprika.""
Serving Size: 1 (278 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"There are many things that I liked about this chowder. First, it was very easy to prepare; second, it had wonderful consistency; third, I really liked the taste of the parsley that shone through in the dish. When I tasted the chowder, however, it tasted like it was missing something. I added some sugar, garlic powder, onion powder, and garlic salt, and still it was not quite what I was looking for, so I am not sure what it was I felt was missing. DH felt the same way after trying it. Giving up, I topped my soup with grated parmesan cheese and really thought it added a nice touch. I ended up simmering about 6.5 hours."
"Excellent chowder! I love barley so I upped that a bit. Absolutely delicious with some hot buttered cornbread."
"Sincethis is a proven 5 star recipe, I decided to play with it a little to suit our families taste preferences. I added 1 1b of lean ground beef. Cooked that up first before adding to the top of the ingrediants in the crock pot, with 1 tsp garlic powder, 1 tsp onion powder & 1 tsp cajun spice (I use recipe #14372 - Emeril Lagasse's Essence) To the crock pot I added one 4 ounce tin of diced green chili's, 1 seeded and finely chopped jalapeno, 1 Tbsp cajun spice and used smoked paprika instead of sweet. I also upped the beef stock to 2 cups and simmered for 7 hours. This became stew like in consistancy and delicious! Served with cayenne pepper for the hot heads and some nice fresh crusty artisan bread on the side. Made for ZWT4"
"This is a lovely soup. Thick and rich tasting and so weight watcher friendly! I used 8 oz of mushrooms, which was plenty and tomato sauce instead of chopped tomatoes. I made mine on the stovetop and and simmered it for about an hour. Delicious!"
"I chose to make this recipe because I'm trying to follow weight watchers core plan. This is a wonderful comfort food soup. It becomes quite thick and substantial."
"This is a keeper and fits nicely into the Weight Watchers CORE program. I made two changes though. I only had a 28 oz. can of chopped tomatoes and since I love dill, I added 1/2 cup of chopped dill along with the parsley. Then when it was done I added 2 large dollops of FF sour cream. It is SO delicious."
"The house smelled great when I got home, and the soup was delicious and quite thick and hearty. Reminded me of a beef-barley soup my grandmother used to make (before crockpots-all day on the stove!) Thanks for a great dinner and a definite keeper. Will be a good recipe for the motorhome."